Choosing Ventura County for Rehab 

There are many benefits to choosing our Ventura drug rehab. Our luxury facility is conveniently located in Southern California, primarily hosting clients from the Thousand Oaks, Westlake, Ventura, Woodland Hills, and Santa Monica communities. 

But if you live outside of these areas, don’t let that stop you. Staying close to home for treatment isn’t your only option. We happily accept clients from all over the country. Before we cover the particulars of our Ventura drug rehab, we’d like to talk a bit more about the county itself. 

Outdoor Activities in Ventura County 

One of the biggest benefits of choosing a Ventura drug rehab is the setting. Ventura County offers world-class surfing opportunities, plenty of beaches, parks, biking and hiking trails, and countless options for restorative outdoor activities. 

Drug rehab doesn’t have to be as stuffy and rigid as they make it seem on TV and in the movies. Whether you choose to take advantage of all that Ventura County has to offer with friends, family, or members of your new support group at Divine Detox, the options are endless. 

And spending time outdoors can have some surprising benefits, especially if you choose to get some exercise while you’re out there. One Harvard MD found that her patients with various substance use disorders have found that exercise helps distract them from cravings. 

Research backs up these findings. In addition to providing a healthy hobby or distraction, exercise also adds structure to the day, boosts confidence and energy, and reduces the symptoms of common mental health disorders, including anxiety and depression. 

The fresh air of Ventura County is waiting to breathe new life into your routine and help you find fulfilling, sober hobbies and activities. 

Ventura Drug Rehab Treatment Options

Ventura Drug Rehab Treatment Options 

The convenient location of our facility in Ventura County is just the start. Our luxury amenities, comfortable and safe facility and proven treatment methods offer a well-rounded recovery experience like no other. 

And because we know that no two clients are alike, our Ventura drug rehab covers all the different stages of recovery, from detox through aftercare. Among others, we offer the following treatment options: 

Different individuals and addictions require different levels and types of care. What works for some may not work for others. And we never expect our clients to know what will work best for them right away, which is why we don’t offer one-size-fits-all programs. 

We meet you where you are in your recovery journey and help you get where you need to be. For most people, the journey starts with a medically supported detox. 

Medical Detox 

If you’ve ever tried to cold turkey quit and detox alone at home, you already know how ineffective and disappointing it can be. Beyond that, it can also be scary, painful, and even dangerous. We don’t recommend tackling this stage on your own. There is a better way. 

Whether you are detoxing from alcohol, prescription pills, or other drugs, medical detox is generally considered the safest method. During medical detox, our medical team carefully administers approved medications to ease your withdrawal symptoms. 

Without the added distraction of cravings, insomnia, headaches, and other common withdrawal symptoms, you are free to focus on your recovery. In the safety and comfort of our luxury facility, they will also monitor your progress and ensure that you get prompt treatment for any health concerns that arise. 

For many reasons, this is the preferred method over going it alone. Not only is it safer, more comfortable, and more effective, but having 24-hour access to the care and support of our staff often makes it feel less scary, too. 

And this is true whether it is a medical detox or a traditional one. While they do not come with medications to ease withdrawal symptoms, traditional detoxes boast many of the same benefits, including 24-hour care. 

During a traditional detox, our medical team will monitor your progress and safety and do what they can to keep you as comfortable as possible, including ensuring that you stay properly hydrated and well-fed. 

What Happens After Detox 

After the detox stage has given your body and mind the chance to adjust comfortably and safely, we will smoothly transition you into the next stage of treatment. For different people, this may mean different things. Residential, also known as inpatient care, and outpatient programs are two of the most common next steps.  

Common Treatment Methods During Ventura Drug Rehab 

Common Treatment Methods During Ventura Drug Rehab 

Whether you choose residential or outpatient care, there will likely be some overlap with the treatment method used. For example, behavioral therapies are some of the most common and productive drug abuse treatments. 

Therefore, we use them in many different settings. Behavioral therapies, including individual sessions, family counseling, and group meetings, help us work toward a variety of recovery goals. Among them, some of the most common are: 

  • Identifying and highlighting your motivation to change. 
  • Recognizing incentives for maintaining sobriety. 
  • Building the skills that you need to practice relapse prevention. 
  • Swapping drug-seeking behaviors and activities with others that are healthier and more constructive. 
  • Repairing damaged relationships, identifying and eliminating ones that no longer serve us, and facilitating healthier communication in our relationships. 
  • Developing reliable support systems here and at home. 

In addition to these traditional therapies, we also offer holistic ones. Art and music therapy, along with activities like yoga and meditation, help us work toward additional goals. Boosting our confidence and self-esteem, easing stress and anxiety, and giving us a positive way to spend our time, these additional therapeutic remedies help round out the experience. 

Addiction Aftercare in Southern California 

Addiction Aftercare in Southern California 

The most effective addiction treatments are ones that are diverse and long-term. There is no hard and fast rule for how long any one person should be in treatment. But research shows that better outcomes are associated with longer treatments. 

Generally, experts agree that it takes at least three months of treatments to significantly reduce or eliminate drug use. Most people with moderate to severe addictions start with detox and residential care before moving into a more loosely structured program.

Typically, this means transitioning into a sober living or outpatient program. But some with milder addictions, fewer complications, or family obligations start elsewhere in the lineup. Everyone is different. 

We will help you determine and follow the path that will benefit you the most. And when you’re done with formal programs, you can continue to receive support and guidance through our aftercare recovery options. 

Support and the Ventura Recovery Community 

Attending one of our incredible rehab programs gives you access to continued support and the Ventura recovery community. Whether you’re looking for full-time residential care, outpatient support, or support meetings and activities in Ventura County, you have come to the right place. 

As one of the preferred inpatient and outpatient facilities in Ventura County, we have helped hundreds of individuals build better lives. Why wait another day to see the difference Divine Detox can make? Help for addiction is here. 

Call us today at 818-938-2177. Our Simi Valley recovery team is on call and ready to answer your questions and guide you through the next steps. Today is the best day to make a change.

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